The research analyzes the functioning and development of the Ukrainian media market in 2022 in the context of the global media business. The importance of this year's research is mainly due to two factors: 1) military events in Ukraine, which is geopolitically located in the center of Europe; 2) the continuing consequences of the Сovid-19 pandemic. These two factors have led to significant changes in the financial, political and economic structure of both the world and Ukraine.
Based on theoretical and legal analysis, the article summarizes the peculiarities of police activity as a component of the security and defence sector during the period of russian aggression.
The article clarifies the key features of the implementation of projects within the framework of PESCO and their prospects, taking into account the coronavirus pandemic and the fact that the Russian-Ukrainian war since 2014 has gone beyond the regional framework and affected the foundations of international and European security. It also analyzes the PESCO Strategic Review 2020 and the guidelines for the PESCO next phase (2021–2025) in terms of overall purpose, key policy objectives, processes, and incentives to improve the implementation of more pressing commitments.
The article is devoted to the theoretical and legal characteristics of the essence of the police in the period of its reform and highlighting of certain positions of its official duties performance in the Russian-Ukrainian invasive war. The legal analysis of the main conditions and reasons is carried out according to which the qualitative reorganization of the organizational and legal essence of the police has been slowed down.
Although any war is a "continuation of politics by other means" (Karl von Clausewitz), the article examines the ongoing russian-Ukrainian war from the point of view of existentialist philosophy as a philosophy of human crises. The Russian-Ukrainian war actualizes the forgotten existentialist ideas of choice, situation, freedom, duty, responsibility in the context of individual and collective self-determination.
In the article, the author elucidates the features of the postmodern approach to asserting the value of peace using the techniques of actionism (performance, happening, art installation, flash mob, etc.). Anti-war actionism is considered as an element of the system of sociopolitical actionism. A set of spectacular forms of non-violent public protest against armed aggression and its consequences are analyzed. The fact that today’s anti-war actionism has gone beyond the narrow artistic environment and entered the broad social dimension is proved.